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    any programs like cpuz for linux?

    Just wondering?

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    Linux Engineer Zelmo's Avatar
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    You can get info about the CPU by looking at the contents of /proc/cpuinfo. Other stuff can be seen in the output of lspci and hwinfo (might have to download that last one).
    I don't know of any projects to use all those programs and present all the output in some sort of alternate organization. That might be a fun thing for a budding young programmer to do! **me makes note of this for when me gets comfy with C++ and delves into GUI programming
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    ya, i know about /proc/cpuinfo, i want something were i can see everything (multiplyer, HHT, cache, ram info, etc)

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